SINGAPORE (April 11): Here are some stocks that could move the market this Tuesday morning.

SPH REIT posted distribution per unit (DPU) of 1.40 cents for the second quarter ended Feb 28, unchanged from a year ago. Income available for distribution increased by 2.4% to $37.3 million in 2Q17, compared to $36.4 million a year ago.

See: SPH REIT 2Q DPU flat at 1.40 cents

Singapore Exchange has appointed six and two new members to its disciplinary committee and appeals committee respectively. The new appointments to the disciplinary committee include SC Cavinder Bull as co-chairman and Tan Chong Huat, Senior Partner, RHTLaw Taylor Wessing, as the deputy chairman. Shares of SGX closed 3 cents lower at $7.63 on Monday.

See: SGX appoints new members to its disciplinary and appeals committees

Amec Foster Wheeler Civmec JV (ACJV), a 50:50 unincorporated joint venture between Civmec Construction and Engineering and Amec Foster Wheeler Australia, has won an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for Australia’s Gruyere Gold Project for an undisclosed sum. Shares of Civmec closed 1 cent lower at 64 cents on Monday.

See: Civmec JV awarded Gruyere Gold Project in Australia

Keppel Offshore & Marine, a member of the Keppel group of companies, has entered into a term sheet agreement with Damen Shipyards Group for the sale of its shipyard, Keppel Verolme. Keppel closed 8 cents higher at $6.96 on Monday.

See: Keppel O&M to sell Rotterdam yard to Damen Shipyards

Spackman Entertainment Group expects to report a net profit for 1Q17, reversing out of a net loss reported a year ago. Shares of Spackman closed 0.1 cent lower at 17.6 cents on Monday.

See: Spackman expects to climb out of the red in 1Q

Rotary Engineering has secured two overseas tank storage projects worth more than US$120 million ($170 million). Shares of Rotary closed 3 cents higher at 42 cents on Monday.

See: Rotary Engineering announces overseas contract wins worth over $170 mil

Roxy-Pacific has found a buyer for its property at 59 Goulburn Street in Sydney, Australia in I-Prosperity Group-Toga D&C who is willing to buy the property for A$158 million ($166.4 million). Shares of Roxy-Pacific last traded at 52 cents.

See: Roxy-Pacific Holdings to sell Sydney property for $166.4 mil

Midas Holdings announced that its joint venture company, CRRC Nanjing Puzhen Rail Transport Co. (NPRT) has won a metro train car supply contract worth RMB543 million ($110.6 million) in China. Shares of Midas closed at 23 cents on Monday.

See: Midas JV unit NPRT wins metro train contract

Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) said on Monday that it will not revise its offer price of $1.30 cash per share for Super Group, the 3-in-1 coffee manufacturer. The stock closed at $1.30 on Monday.

See: Jacobs Douwe Egberts says no intention to revise $1.30 offer price for Super Group

Markets
US stocks ended a choppy session slightly higher on Monday as gains in energy shares offset losses in financials ahead of quarterly corporate earnings later this week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 1.92 points, or 0.01%, to 20,658.02, the S&P 500 gained 1.62 points, or 0.07%, to 2,357.16 and the Nasdaq Composite added 3.11 points, or 0.05%, to 5,880.93.

The Straits Times Index (STI) closed 4.18 points higher at 3,181.45. However, the broad market was weak, with 201 rises versus 295 falls. Turnover amounted to a low 2 billion units worth $943.3 million.